The Giants' new starting quarterback has looked fine in his first starts, but it’s still difficult to tell whether he’s the future of the team or if the Giants were just so desperate for something new at offense.
Last week, talk about the NFL's roughing-the-passer call dominated the league, as flags were seemingly flying left and right. This week? Much fewer calls—only two, to be exact. We analyze the flags thrown and the close calls.
It’s the NFL’s Week 4, and already four of the five first-round rookie quarterbacks have won starting positions. After playing just a game and a half, it's clear that Baker Mayfield is carrying the Browns in the right (read: winning) direction. How did the other three QBs fare?
Jameis Winston started the Buccaneers' Week 4 game against the Bears as the backup to Ryan Fitzpatrick—but as the FitzMagic quickly ran out, Winston stepped back under center. We watched his every step as the day unfolded.
Coming into the AFC East clash, Miami—undefeated in its first three games this season—had the perfect opportunity to make a huge statement against New England. Instead the Patriots did what they do best by dismantling their divisional foe.